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Adtaq Issaquah is located in the area Seattle, USA (America), and the colocation data center is not carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 04-01-2009.
Adtaq Internet, LLC
1420 NW Gilman Blvd. #2316
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* For security reasons this data center does not want its exact location publicly available.
Therefore the address above is not the exact location, but it is within 1/4 mile from the address.
Hosting of individual servers
The datacenter is located in Issaquah, approximately 20 miles east of Seattle in a non-descript location right off of I-90. There is more than enough free parking on site.
The datacenter is built to power and cool 2 110V 20A circuits in each cabinet. Cooling is overhead.
[X] 24/7 access
[ ] 24/7 staff on side
[ ] 24/7 security guard(s)
[X] Remote hands available
[X] Automatic fire suppression
[X] Environmental Monitoring
[ ] Video surveillance
[X] Alarm system
[ ] Rental of suites/rooms
[ ] Rental of cages
[ ] Rental of foot prints
[X] Rental of racks
[X] Hosting of individual servers
[X] Dedicated servers
[X] Virtual servers
[ ] Office space
We maintain a redundant, dual entry 10G ring to the Westin Building, the telecommunications hub of the Seattle area. From there we bring in gigabit connectivity to Level(3), Hurricane Electric, peering at the Seattle Internet eXchange, and peering at the ANY2 exchange in San Jose/Los Angeles. We have also turned up a gigabit connection with Time Warner Telecom in our datacenter directly in case our backhaul should fail for any reason.
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